Blogging developer knowledge: Motivations, challenges, and future directions

@article{Parnin2013BloggingDK,
  title={Blogging developer knowledge: Motivations, challenges, and future directions},
  author={Chris Parnin and Christoph Treude and Margaret-Anne D. Storey},
  journal={2013 21st International Conference on Program Comprehension (ICPC)},
  year={2013},
  pages={211-214}
}
Why do software developers place so much effort into writing public blog posts about their knowledge, experiences, and opinions on software development? What are the benefits, problems, and tools needed-what can the research community do to help? In this paper, we describe a research agenda aimed at understanding the motivations and issues of software development blogging. We interviewed developers as well as mined and analyzed their blog posts. For this initial study, we selected developers… CONTINUE READING

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